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12 Best Prix Fixe Menus in Toronto

12 Best Prix Fixe Menus in Toronto

Searching for a great prix fixe menu restaurant in Toronto to dine at?

Toronto’s restaurant scene is unmatched, with so many incredible and diverse restaurants across the city.

Prix fixe menus are really fun to try, because you get to try a bunch of different dishes!

They do tend to be a lil’ pricy, but they’re definitely worth trying for any special occasions (or if you feel like treatin’ yo’self).

Here are some of the best restaurants in Toronto offering prix fixe menus!

I also ordered these from least to most expensive, to make it easier to find somewhere within your budget.

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Hong Shing Restaurant in Toronto
Photo by Hong Shing Restaurant

Hong Shing Restaurant

Hong Shing is one of Toronto’s best Chinese restaurants, serving up everything from Americanized Chinese dishes to more traditional Chinese dishes.

This family-run restaurant been around since 1997, and they offer up a set lunch menu for $18 per person during weekdays.

You can take your pick of one starter and one main, with main options like Roasted Duck, Crispy Beef, and Chili Chicken!

If you’re in the mood for a drink, they’ve also got a bar program featuring signature cocktails and mocktails, a rotating wine list, and one of Toronto’s largest Baijiu selections.

Baijiu is China’s national liquor and the oldest hard liquor in the world – it’s been produced since the Han Dynasty around 200 BC!

LOCATION: 195 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON

MSSM Yorkville

Edomae-style omakase is served at this casual Yorkville restaurant for $98 per person.

If you haven’t heard of omakase before, it’s when the chef selects all the dishes for the meal, and it’s usually made up of seasonal specialties.

The omakase menu includes 14 courses, and $98 is a very fair price for this!

The menu changes often based on the seasonality of ingredients, but you can expect dishes like hotate (scallop), madai (sea bream), and toro (fatty bluefin tuna).

Chef Masaki Saito of two-Michelin Star restaurant Sushi Masaki Saito is behind MSSM, and the menu is executed by chef’s students.

Chef was also behind Tachi, a stand-up omakase bar that used to be at Chef’s Hall (an amazing food hall in Toronto)!

LOCATION: 154 Cumberland St 2nd floor, Toronto, ON

DaiLo Restaurant in Toronto


DaiLo serves up unique Chinese dishes with French techniques, and their food is absolutely incredible.

They’re also one of the best Chinese restaurants in Toronto, serving up everything from Sweet & Sour Pork Hock to Truffle Fried Rice.

Enjoy the DaiLo’s Choice tasting menu for $108 per person, with optional wine pairings.

They’ve also got a premium tasting menu for $130 per person!

You can find their beautiful restaurant right in the heart of Little Italy.

LOCATION: 503 College St, Toronto, ON

Richmond Station

This iconic fine dining restaurant in the Financial District serves up amazing Canadian-inspired dishes.

They offer a $140 Chef’s Menu that changes up bi-weekly, and it features dishes made using local and seasonal ingredients.

Wine beverage pairings are available for an additional $89 per person, and they also have non-alcoholic beverage pairings for $55 per person!

They can also accommodate vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free dietary restrictions with their Chef’s Menu.

All of the menu prices at Richmond Station include cost of service, so they actually don’t accept tips at the restaurant!

LOCATION: 1 Richmond St W, Toronto, ON

Japanese Gozen-style meal set at Jumi Gozen Bar in North York

Jumi Gozen Bar

If you’re craving a unique dinner experience, you’ve definitely got to visit Jumi – it’s Toronto’s very first gozen bar!

Gozen is a traditional Japanese meal set featuring a main dish, rice, soup, tsukudani (pickles), and multiple side dishes, all served together beautifully on a tray.

It’s also known as the “Emperor’s Meal”, because it was historically served to high class emperors and nobles of the Japanese empire!

Every single detail of every dish is artfully crafted by the chefs right in front of you, so it’s a very cool and intimate experience.

Japanese Gozen-style meal set at Jumi Gozen Bar in North York

The menu also changes up seasonally, and even the plating is on-theme – I loved that there were winter elements like ice and snowflakes when I visited!

The first course I tried featured a whole variety of unique dishes, including lobster broth miso soup, king crab marinated with hokkaido uni and crab miso, and monkfish liver with roasted almonds.

Jumi Gozen Bar in North York
The hot pot with seasonal seafood, yuzu, and ginger was comforting on a cold winter day.

The next courses were hot pot, a sushi boat, and dessert – definitely arrive hungry, because it’s a very filling meal!

Jumi Gozen Bar in North York
6 piece Chef’s choice nigiri and 1 seasonal handroll, all very fresh.
Jumi Gozen Bar in North York
The Japanese cheese mousse with ginger granité was heavenly.

You have to book a reservation in advance with a limited number of counter seats available.

They also offer a lunch menu during the week (with plenty of sushi options) and a late night bar menu on weekends!

Jumi Gozen Bar in North York
You can see all the dishes being prepared right in front of you at the intimate counter seats.

You can find Jumi Gozen Bar in North York, located near Fairview Mall.

If you want to see more of all the delicious offerings at Jumi, you can watch my TikTok video!

LOCATION: 56 Forest Manor Rd Unit 3, North York, ON


Often named one of Toronto’s best restaurants, this contemporary Michelin Star restaurant offers a fantastic French-inspired tasting menu.

A lot of their dishes have Asian influences, and the 6-course tasting menu is $225 per person.

Wine pairings are also available if you’re looking to go all out!

The interior of the restaurant is absolutely gorgeous, with hanging florals, vibrant teal curtains, and leather banquette seating.

They’re also located inside of a heritage Victorian building just outside of Chinatown.

You have to book a reservation months in advance, but it’s definitely worth it!

LOCATION: 163 Spadina Ave, Toronto, ON

Minami Toronto
Photo by Minami Toronto


Minami is one of my absolute fave sushi restaurants in Toronto, and they’re actually a sister restaurant to the wildly popular Miku.

Both restaurants actually originate from Vancouver!

They’ve got everything from oshi sushi (pressed sushi) to their own signature sushi rolls, and it’s all amaze.

Their 4-course Chef’s Tasting Menu is $110 per person, and you can add wine and sake pairings for $40.

The tasting menu includes sea and land dishes, a selection of sushi, and dessert.

All guests at the table need to participate in order to get the tasting menu!

LOCATION: 225 King St W, Toronto, ON

George Restaurant

George Restaurant is one of Toronto’s most popular spots for tasting menus, and you can choose between 5, 7, or 10 courses.

The 5 course tasting menu is $140 per person, 7 course is $160, and 10 course is $180.

Vegetarian tasting menus are also available for $110, $125, or $140 per person, and wine pairings are available for $115, $130, or $140 per person.

They use local and seasonal ingredients for their dishes, and their seafood is responsibly harvested!

LOCATION: 111C Queen St E, Toronto, ON

Canoe Restaurant, Toronto

Canoe Restaurant

Enjoy one of the best views in Toronto from 54 storeys high at Canoe, located inside the TD Tower in the Financial District.

The 8-course Tasting Menu is $185 per person, and wine pairings are an additional $100 per person (or $200 for premium wine pairings).

The Tasting Menu features seasonal Canadian ingredients, with a mix of land and sea dishes.

They can prepare a vegetarian, pescatarian, or vegan tasting menu with advance notice, as well as halal requests with one week’s notice.

Canoe Restaurant, Toronto

If you make reservations, ask for a window seat table with CN Tower views so you can snap all the best photos for the ‘Gram!

Canoe is the perfect spot for all the romantic vibes, especially with the pretty skyline views.

Canoe Restaurant, Toronto
Canoe Restaurant, Toronto

If you’re interested in seeing more, I’ve also got a detailed review all about Canoe!

LOCATION: 66 Wellington St W 54th floor, Toronto, ON

Edulis Restaurant

This husband-and-wife-owned restaurant on King West puts a heavy focus on seasonal ingredients for their Mediterranean-inspired set menu.

Seafood, vegetables, and seasonal ingredients are the highlights of their multi-course menu.

They work closely with farmers, fishers, foragers, and suppliers to source the best ingredients, which is amazing!

Like Richmond Station, they’re one of the few Toronto restaurants that operates on a no-tipping basis.

Everything is included in the fee, which is $200 per person and requires a prepaid reservation in advance!

Dessert isn’t included in the set menu, but you can order it afterwards if you’re craving something sweet after your dinner.

Edulis also received one Michelin Star on the Toronto Michelin Guide, which is really cool!

LOCATION: 169 Niagara St, Toronto, ON

Aburi Hana

If you’re looking to get the ultimate tasting menu experience, try the Kyō-Kaiseki Tasting Menu at Aburi Hana.

Kyō-Kaiseki cuisine focuses on fresh and seasonal ingredients from both the land and the sea, and Aburi Hana uses both local and Japanese ingredients.

The tasting menu is $430 per person, and wine and spirits pairings are available.

Because it is a pretty fancy spot, they have a dress code of business casual attire!

They’re actually owned by the same restaurant group behind the popular Toronto sushi restaurants Miku and Minami.

You can find Aburi Hana in the heart of Yorkville, and they actually earned one Michelin Star on the Toronto Michelin Guide!

LOCATION: 102 Yorkville Ave, Unit 4 Lower Level, Toronto, ON

Don Alfonso 1890 Toronto

Don Alfonso is well-known as one of Toronto’s best restaurants, and fun fact: it’s also known as the best Italian restaurant outside of Italy.

Their tasting menu features unique and contemporary takes on Mediterranean dishes, with concoctions like eel gelato and pistachio ravioli.

You can go for their Signature Tasting Menu for $220 per person, or order à-la-carte.

Sommelier wine pairings are also available – $120 per person for the classic wine pairings or $200 for the premium pairings.

They also earned one Michelin Star on the Toronto Michelin Guide!

LOCATION: 1 Harbour Square, 38th Floor, Toronto, ON

Best prix fixe menus in Toronto:

  1. Hong Shing Restaurant
  2. MSSM Yorkville
  3. DaiLo
  4. Richmond Station
  5. Jumi Gozen Bar
  6. Alo
  7. Minami
  8. George Restaurant
  9. Canoe Restaurant
  10. Edulis Restaurant
  11. Aburi Hana
  12. Don Alfonso 1890 Toronto

These were some of the best prix fixe and tasting menus to try in Toronto!

They’re perfect for celebrating any special occasions, or just treating yourself if you’re feelin’ fancy.

Have you tried any of these tasting menus in Toronto? What are some other great Toronto restaurants with prix fixe menus? Let me know on Twitter or Instagram!

Food tours are another fun way to experience Toronto’s food scene, and this Kensington Market food tour, Canadian food tour, and craft brewery tour are all fantastic options!

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